Condition Roundup
Author thumbnail By M. Scott Smith, DCSki Editor

The following summarizes current conditions at area resorts. Ski Liberty ended its season a couple weeks ago, while Ski Roundtop and Whitetail will end their season today. Hidden Valley plans to end its ski season after Tuesday.

Ski Liberty

Ski Liberty is closed for the season.

Snowshoe

With a base depth of 32-88 inches and 100% terrain open, Snowshoe expects its season will last into mid-April. Conditions are groomed frozen granular. The resort has received close to 200 inches of natural snow this year.

Ski Roundtop

Ski Roundtop will end its season this afternoon.

Hidden Valley

Hidden Valley Resort has received natural snow today, and has 11 slopes open. Hidden Valley will be closed on Monday, but re-opens Tuesday for its final day of the season. Lift passes and rentals are $9, and there should be plenty of snow left to enjoy on Tuesday.

Seven Springs

Seven Springs has 13 slopes and 14 trails open, with a base depth from 36-44 inches and groomed granular conditions. Seven Springs received light rain on Saturday, which turned over to snow overnight.

Whitetail

Whitetail will end its season this afternoon.

Wisp

Wisp has 18 trails open with machine groomed to frozen granular conditions. Base depth is 10-60 inches. Wisp has received 2 inches of new snow and expects light snow to continue into Monday. Wisp does not plan on making snow for the remainder of the season.

About M. Scott Smith

M. Scott Smith is the founder and Editor of DCSki. Scott loves outdoor activities such as camping, hiking, kayaking, skiing, and mountain biking. He is an avid photographer and writer.

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